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UCI Road World Champs - Elite Women's RR Live Coverage
 
By Staff
Date: 9/29/2007
UCI Road World Champs - Elite Women's RR Live Coverage
 

Hello everyone, welcome to our live coverage of day three of competition at the 2007 UCI Road World Championships in Stuttgart, Germany. Once they left all challenges against the clock behind (links to the Under 23 Men race here, Elite Women race here and Elite Men race here), our boys and girls in the saddle can finally look after the second half of the event, the road races, which are going to take place over the week-end. It's up to the Elite Women to start the fireworks with their battle running over a parcours of 133.7 kilometres (seven laps of a circuit a little over 19 kilometres).

The Start list is as follows:

Bib Name
1 Marianne Vos (Netherlands)
2 Andrea Bosman (Netherlands)
3 Regina Bruins (Netherlands)
4 Suzanne De Goede (Netherlands)
5 Mirjam Melchers-Van Poppel (Netherlands)
6 Irene Van Den Broek (Netherlands)
7 Chantal Beltman (Netherlands)
8 Judith Arndt (Germany)
9 Claudia Häusler (Germany)
10 Luise Keller (Germany)
11 Hanka Kupfernagel (Germany)
12 Eva Lutz (Germany)
13 Trixi Worrack (Germany)
14 Monia Baccaille (Italy)
15 Marta Bastianelli (Italy)
16 Giorgia Bronzini (Italy)
17 Noemi Cantele (Italy)
18 Tatiana Guderzo (Italy)
19 Luisa Tamanini (Italy)
20 Annette Beutler (Switzerland)
21 Priska Doppmann (Switzerland)
22 Jennifer Hohl (Switzerland)
23 Patricia Schwager (Switzerland)
24 Karin Thürig (Switzerland)
25 Sereina Trachsel (Switzerland)
26 Mara Abbott (USA)
27 Kristin Armstrong (USA)
28 Katheryn Curi (USA)
29 Lauren Franges (USA)
30 Tina Pic Mayolo (USA)

31 Amber Neben (USA)
32 Christine Thorburn (USA)
33 Elizabeth Armitstead (Great Britain) 34 Catherine Hare (Great Britain)
35 Rachel Heal (Great Britain)
36 Emma Pooley (Great Britain)
37 Tanja Slater (Great Britain)
38 Helen Wyman (Great Britain)
39 Sara Carrigan (Australia)
40 Nikki Egyed (Australia)
41 Olivia Gollan (Australia)
42 Lorian Graham (Australia)
43 Emma Rickards (Australia)
44 Oenone Wood (Australia)
45 Rasa Leleivyte (Lithuania)
46 Jolanta Polikeviciute (Lithuania)
47 Rasa Polikeviciute (Lithuania)
48 Edita Pucinskaite (Lithuania)
49 Daiva Tuslaite (Lithuania)
50 Diana Ziliute (Lithuania)
51 Tatiana Antoshina (Russian Federation)
52 Natalia Boyarskaya (Russian Federation)
53 Svetlana Bubnekova (Russian Federation)
54 Oxana Kozonchuk (Russian Federation)
55 Julia Martisova (Russian Federation)
56 Elena Novikova (Russian Federation)
57 Emma Johansson (Sweden)
58 Susanne Ljungskog (Sweden)
59 Sara Mustonen (Sweden)
60 Andrea Graus (Austria)

61 Daniela Pintarelli (Austria)
62 Monika Schachl (Austria)
63 Christiane Soeder (Austria)
64 Veronika Sprügl (Austria)
65 Marina Jaunatre (France)
66 Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli (France)
67 Magali Mocquery (France)
68 Edwige Pitel (France)
69 Maryline Salvetat (France)
70 Elodie Touffet (France)
71 Min Gao (People'S Republic Of China)
72 Meifang Li (People'S Republic Of China)
73 Yong Li Liu (People'S Republic Of China)
74 Sufen Ma (People'S Republic Of China)
75 Lang Meng (People'S Republic Of China)
76 Fei Wang (People'S Republic Of China)
77 Uenia Fernandes Da Souza (Brazil)
78 Rosane Kirch (Brazil)
79 Clemilda Fernandes Silva (Brazil)
80 Janildes Fernandes Silva (Brazil)
81 Maja Adamsen (Denmark)
82 Dorte Lohse Rasmussen (Denmark)
83 Trine Schmidt (Denmark)
84 Toni Bradshaw (New Zealand)
85 Michelle Hyland (New Zealand)
86 Rosara Joseph (New Zealand)
87 Joanne Kiesanowski (New Zealand)
88 Carissa Wilkes (New Zealand)
89 Yolandi Du Toit (South Africa)
90 Marissa Van Der Merwe (South Africa)
91 Lieselot Decroix (Belgium)
92 Sofie Goor (Belgium)
93 Ludivine Henrion (Belgium)
94 Karen Steurs (Belgium)
95 An Van Rie (Belgium)
96 Grace Verbeke (Belgium)
97 Arantzazu Azpiroz (Spain)
98 Eneritz Iturriagaechevarria Mazaga (Spain)
99 Maribel Moreno Allue (Spain)
100 Iosune Murillo Elkano (Spain)
101 Maria Rosario Rodriguez (Spain)
102 Marta Vila Josana Andreu (Spain)
103 Olessya Atrashkevich (Kazakhstan)
104 Lyubov Dombitskaya (Kazakhstan)
105 Zulfiya Zabirova (Kazakhstan)
106 Leigh Hobson (Canada)
107 Anne Samplonius (Canada)
108 Erinne Willock (Canada)
109 Alex Wrubleski (Canada)
110 Laura Lepasalu (Estonia)
111 Grete Treier (Estonia)
112 Min Hye Lee (Korea)
113 Evelyn Garcia (El Salvador)
114 Alona Andruk (Ukraine)
115 Elizaveta Bochkaryova (Ukraine)
116 Oxana Kashchyshyna (Ukraine)
117 Kateryna Krasova (Ukraine)
118 Tereza Hurikova (Czech Republic)
119 Alena Konecna (Czech Republic)
120 Jarmila Machacova (Czech Republic)
121 Martina Ruzickova (Czech Republic)
122 Paulina Brzezna (Poland)
123 Monika Grzebinoga (Poland)
124 Malgorzta Jasinska (Poland)
125 Sylwia Kapusta (Poland)
126 Aleksandra Wnuczek (Poland)
127 Miho Oki (Japan)
128 Aurelie Halbwachs (Mauritius)
129 Anita Valen De Vries (Norway)
130 Paola Ana Madrinan Villegas (Colombia)
131 Nontasin Chanpeng (Thailand)
132 Chapookam Monrudee (Thailand)
133 Thatsani Wichana (Thailand)
134 Giuseppina Grassi Herrera (Mexico)
135 Verónica Leal Balderas (Mexico)
136 Siobhan Dervan (Ireland)
137 Anastasia Pastourmatzi (Greece)
138 Viena Balen (Croatia)
139 Tatsiana Sharakova (Belarus)
140 Dragana Kovacevic (Serbia)
141 Nathalie Lamborelle (Luxembourg)
142 Christine Majerus (Luxembourg)

1007 CEST We join the race in progress with the bunch still largely together after covering two laps - averaging 34.657 km/h - under Stuttgart's sunny skies. Yes folks, good weather has thankfully made its way back to Baden-Wuerttemberg's main city. Christine Thornburn of the United States, a top 5 finisher in the Individual TT three days ago, had a little mechanical in the second lap, but quickly regained the saddle and her way back into the field. No teams have taken things into their hands yet, as we can still see a combination of different jerseys and colours on the front of the peloton in the early miles of lap three, even if right now the Maglie Azzurre of the Italian National Team are slightly outnumbering those of their rivals.

1030 CEST A Brazilian rider finally had a little go at breaking away from the field, but there was no way she could make any gap. The merciless peloton chased her down in the twinkling of an eye. Still, the girls look a bit too busy keeping an eye on each other to put in anything similar to a serious move.

1035 CEST Here we go, Brazil's on the attack once more, courtesy of the brave Clemilda Fernandes Silva; her "media exposure" didn't last any longer than four and a half seconds however. The Grupo is all together again, with nooooo nation really taking charge at the moment.

1040 CEST End of Lap Three under the German sun: the time recorded after 57.3 kilometres is 01h39'40", the speed averaged as they crossed the line again is 34.174 km/h. And it looks like we might finally have someone from the "big" teams trying to shake things up a little bit. A few Italians and Russians move to the front of the peloton to try and force the pace. But now it's a British contender that drives the bunch as they tackle a downhill section of the parcours.

1045 CEST And now it's no less than Mrs. Jeannie Longo Ciprelli who looks like she had enough of all those young girls doing nothing and decided to move to the front and keep riding tempo herself as the going gets heilly again. In the meantime a much younger teammate of hers is suffering a lot off the back of the peloton.

1050 CEST The field's veteran still ahead but the race is anything but hectic. The Italians, French, Germans, Russians, Americans etc. are still controlling each other a bit too much.

Oh wait, now an Italian girl makes a "wicked" move and rapdily puts half a dozen seconds into the field. It's Tatiana Guderzo. It looks the first, real serious move of the day!

Guderzo wasn't allowed to go all by herself, but her move kicked off the battle at last. And now we're having three more riders joining her and finally making the gap: Hanka Kupfernagel (Ger), Katheryn Curi (USA) and Julia Martisova (Rus). Yes, we've got the brand new World ITT Champion on the move in the road race too!

Magali Mocquery of France dropped off the back of the field instead.

1100 CEST The Fab Four have been brought back by the peloton. It's Gruppo Compatto again, as they say in Italy. And as the bunch is covering the fourth lap of the race, with a couple French legs now driving their "charge".

1115 CEST Four laps completed in a time of 02h02'19" (34.644km/h), and nothing worth mentioning really happening on the challenging parcours, with three more laps (a.k.a. 57.3 kilometres) to go. The Italians again outnumber all other squads on the front as all 102 riders left in the main group wind through the feed zone.

1120 CEST Hanka Kupfernagel drives the pack over the toughest portion of the route, but the whole Italian team is on her wheels. An attack from the Squadra Azzurra is likely to come soon. Now the Italians replace the classy German up front and keep forcing the pace again on the uphill section, with Luisa Tamanini doing a great job; they did not make and move, but are giving the legs of their rivals some hard time at least. Holland's orange Armada look up to challenge and follow the Italians anyway. Sara Carrigan of Australia looks a bit in truble instead.

1123 CEST The attack we were waiting for came, but from a Spanish rider. Better, a Basque rider: the 27-year-old Eneritz Iturriagaechevarria (!!!) Mazaga sped off on her own on a false-flat section and gained about one hundred metres on the field, that didn't immediately counter her move.

1130 CEST Luisa Tamanini drives the bunch on the wheels of the Basque rider. The peloton is strung out but together again. At least until Tatiana Guderzo makes her second move of the day on the top of the hilly section. And she makes some gap. The Italians are currently stealing the limelight and trying to give Marianne Vos (who's taking it easy - more or less - in the middle of the bunch...) a hard time, but the end of the road is still a good fourty kilometres away. The end of lap five is just a couple km. away though.

1134 CEST Tatiana Guderzo (Ita) is on a solo lead, flying towards the start/finish line for the fifth time. Her advantage on the chasing field, currently driven by a German as well as by one of Marianne Vos' teammates in orange, is a mere dozen seconds anyway.

1136 CEST ... And now the gap is up to twenty seconds. A Spanish rider is helping the Germans in the chase. The headwind is not playing into Tatiana Guderzo's hands as the Italian is taking on the last uphill portion leading all the way to the line.

1139 CEST Only 18 seconds beteween Tatiana Guderzo and the chasing field - with no teams clearly taking matters into their hands though - at the latest check. The TV camers show Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli at the bottom of the field. But still there, while more and more younger riders are not ...

1143 CEST Oooops, a dozen riders ro so, most of whom on the front of the field, were caught in a pile-up ... as a barrier fell because of the wind! Noemi Cantele of Italy was one of the girls who fell. She's back in the saddle, but lost over half a minute. Two teammates of hers are trying to drive her back into the field. Her compatriot Tatiana Guderzo as well as the Germany-led peloton, who's closing on her (the gap is twelve seconds), crossed the line for the fifth time, clocking 02h44'11" and averaging 34.900 km/h. Two laps (38 kilometres) remaining.

1150 CEST Tatiana Guderzo gets caught as the battle breaks out in the hilliest portion of the penultimate lap. Now we'got another Italian on the move: nobody else that Noemi Cantele, who was back into the field and immediately went on the attack; but her move was followed by Amber Neben of the USA. A small bunch of some 15 chasers (containing Marianne Vos or not?) is getting closer to the leading duo however.

1156 CEST Amber Neben drives Noemi Cantele as the two frontrunnrs are going downhill. Austria's TT sensation Christiane Soeder hit the tarmac and lost all of her chances (well, if any) to climb the podium also in the Road Race. In the meantime the main peloton joined the first fifteen chasers such that we've got about 50 girls trying to nullify their twenty-second gap to the American and the Italian.

1159 CEST Cantele and Nemben take turns on the front while Marianne Vos is looking like she's struggling a little bit too much on the rear portion of the chasing bunch.

1201 CEST Good news for Amber, Noemi and their respective fans and tifosi: the gap was up to 28 seconds at the most recent check.

1203 CEST Not so good news for Amber, Noemi and their respective fans and tifosi: the gap was down to 22 seconds at the next check. Now it's the Italian driving the American, while we still have to find a team taking over the chasing job back in the 50-strong pack. German drives the peloton charge with a Brazilian on her wheels.

1208 CEST Another Teutonic rider joined the chase on the front of the bunch, but their efforts are not bearing fruit at the moment, also because of the job from the Italian team, currently doing their best to stay on the Germans' wheels and keep any other athletes from becoming part of the chase machine.

1210 CEST Chasing efforts are starting to prove fruitful. The gap fell a lot as the end of the penultimate lap is nearing.

1213 CEST And now (what was left of) the peloton gets together again, with about 21 km to go. A British rider moves to the front as Hanka Kupfernagel, finally having her job of perfect domestique done, gets dropped. She's not going to make it to the podium this time, but can be more than satisfied with her job for sure.

1215 CEST The 58-strong peloton, led by Luisa Tamanini (with her tongue out) and still containing - amongst others - Jeannie Longo as well as Marianne Vos and Kristin Armstrong - crossed the line for the sixth time. Only one lap (19 kilometres) to go. It took 03 hours, 15 minutes and 48 seconds for them to cover 114 kilometres. The average speed went up to 36.117 km/h; the speed of the last lap completed was a good 36.246 kph.

1220 CEST Kudos to Hanka. regardless of all her previous efforts, the German managed to regain the field one more time. On the other side of the coin, Tatiana Guderzo lost contact. There's only 4 Italian riders left in the main group whilst the Orange Armada are starting to rush to the front. The Dutch team haven't worked a lot thus far, but it looks like they are about to get into action ...

1222 CEST The pack takes on the hilliest part for the last time ... and Noemi Cantele attacks again. But Marianne Vos, finally showing up, quickly covers her move. Judith Arndt is strugglin' instead.

1224 CEST Cantele's move broke the field apart, with about half a dozen riders left on the front. One of whom being yet another Italian, Marta Bastianeli, that just counter-attacked on the last portion of the climb. None of the other five riders countered.

1226 CEST Chantal Beltman of the Netherlands leads the chase to Bastianelli, silver medallist at the past European Championships (won by Marianne Vos, btw). But two Italians (Cantele and fast Giorgia Bronzini) are there to protect the current solo leader. The first uphill portion of the final lap is almost over. Marta Bastianelli attacked a little too early perhaps, it's gonna be very hard for her to hold on to her advantage.

1229 CEST We've got some 20 riders in the first chase group now. Svetlana Boubnenkova of Russia is one of them. Marianne Vos, Trixi Worrack and Judith Arndt, as well as France's Marina Jaunatre and Maryline Salvetat (no more Jeannie though ...), are also there. Marta Bastianelli had a small chain problem, but immediately fixed it. It costed her a few seconds, such that the gap went down to 12".

1234 CEST Italy's Marta Bastianelli is not giving up the fight at all. The gap got back to its growing antics, and it was twenty-three seconds at the latest check in the downhill portion of the route, about halfway through the final lap. The Russian and German athletes are doing most of the job in the first chase group, consisting of 15-20 riders.

1235 CEST New gap update: 18 seconds with about 9 kilometres to go. And with the descent over. Noemi Cantele is doing a sensational job, steadily following the rear wheel of the leader of the chase group. But the mighty Trixi Worrack drive the peloton charge now.

1238 CEST No team took over the chase for real, such that a Canadian succeeded in attacking the field: it's Erinne Willock! She's doing her best to join Marta Bastinelli while Jeannie Longo is doing her best to regain the first chase group, but the French is hardly goin' to succeed.

1240 CEST Erinne Willock keeps a small advantage (05") on the bunch, while solo frontrunner Marta Bastianelli keeps struggling to maintain her advantage with three kilometres to go. The gap over the bunch is twenty seconds. But there's still one climb between the 20-year-old Italian and the rainbow!

1242 CEST Now it's a Brit driving the peloton, with Cantele in fourth place. But Marta Bastianelli gives no signs of surrender, noe matter how though the route may be in the last 1,500 metres.

1245 CEST Bastianelli goes under the red pennant. The gap was down to 15 seconds.

Marta Bastianelli is giving it everything. No attacks from the field. Willock was caught. 600m to go.

400m to go. The Italian keeps a solid advantage; here comes the last turn ... 205 m ... 150m ... 100 m ... yes, yes, 50 metres ... 25 .. yesssss....

... MARTAAAAA BASTIANELLIIIII is the brand new World Champion. Her winnimg time: 03h46'34". Her speed: 35.406 kph.

Marianne Vos had to settle with winning the sprint for second place only, while the Italians climbed the podium also with their fastwoman Giorgia Bronzini, who grabbed third place. And Noemi Cantele finished in fifth!

1250 CEST Bastianelli even had a hard time speaking after she crossed the line. Everything the young rider from the Rome area of Italy was able to say was "I can't believe it. I just can't believe it", while Giorgia Bronzini was screaming out all of her happiness at both hers and Italy's results. And even Tatiana Guderzo, who knew of Bastianelli's triumph, raised her right arm in triumph as she came in at 02'44".

FULL RESULTS

1. 15 BASTIANELLI Marta ITA - 03h46'34" (35.406 kph)

2. 1 VOS Marianne NED - at 00'06"

3. 16 BRONZINI Giorgia ITA - s.t.

4. 53 BUBNEKOVA Svetlana RUS - s.t.
5. 17 CANTELE Noemi ITA - s.t.
6. 57 JOHANSSON Emma SWE - s.t.
7. 65 JAUNATRE Marina FRA - s.t.
8. 44 WOOD Oenone AUS - s.t.
9. 109 WRUBLESKI Alex CAN - s.t.
10. 36 POOLEY Emma GBR - s.t.

11. 69 SALVETAT Maryline FRA - s.t.
12. 91 DECROIX Lieselot BEL - s.t.
13. 27 ARMSTRONG Kristin USA - s.t.
14. 99 MORENO ALLUE Maribel ESP - s.t.
15. 87 KIESANOWSKI Joanne NZL - s.t.
16. 31 NEBEN Amber USA - s.t.
17. 108 WILLOCK Erinne CAN - s.t.
18. 13 WORRACK Trixi GER - at 00'14"
19. 25 TRACHSEL Sereina SUI - at 00'53"
20. 7 BELTMAN Chantal NED - at 00'54"
21. 8 ARNDT Judith GER - at 00'58"
22. 68 PITEL Edwige FRA - at 01'06"
23. 66 LONGO-CIPRELLI Jeannie FRA - s.t.
24. 47 POLIKEVICIUTE Rasa LTU - s.t.
25. 129 VALEN DE VRIES Anita NOR - at 01'09"
26. 21 DOPPMANN Priska SUI - s.t.
27. 81 ADAMSEN Maja DEN - s.t.
28. 5 MELCHERS-VAN POPPEL M. NED - s.t.
29. 94 STEURS Karen BEL - s.t.
30. 34 HARE Catherine GBR - s.t.
31. 79 SILVA Clemilda Fernandes BRA - s.t.
32. 106 HOBSON Leigh CAN - s.t.
33. 55 MARTISOVA Julia RUS - s.t.
34. 75 MENG Lang CHN - s.t.
35. 71 GAO Min CHN - s.t.
36. 118 HURIKOVA Tereza CZE - s.t.
37. 76 WANG Fei CHN - s.t.
38. 70 TOUFFET Elodie FRA - s.t.
39. 42 GRAHAM Lorian AUS - s.t.
40. 111 TREIER Grete EST - s.t.
41. 60 GRAUS Andrea AUT - s.t.
42. 105 ZABIROVA Zulfiya KAZ - s.t.
43. 135 LEAL BALDERAS Verónica MEX - s.t.
44. 32 THORBURN Christine USA - s.t.
45. 26 ABBOTT Mara USA - s.t.
46. 9 HÄUSLER Claudia GER - at 02'44"
47. 95 VAN RIE An BEL - s.t.
48. 82 RASMUSSEN Dorte Lohse DEN - s.t.
49. 74 MA Sufen CHN - s.t.
50. 4 DE GOEDE Suzanne NED - s.t.
51. 2 BOSMAN Andrea NED - s.t.
52. 19 TAMANINI Luisa ITA - s.t.
53. 24 THÜRIG Karin SUI - s.t.
54. 50 ZILIUTE Diana LTU - s.t.
55. 11 KUPFERNAGEL Hanka GER - s.t.
56. 40 EGYED Nikki AUS - at 03'11"
57. 35 HEAL Rachel GBR - at 05'36"
58. 114 ANDRUK Alona UKR - at 05'43"
59. 92 GOOR Sofie BEL - at 06'01"
60. 48 PUCINSKAITE Edita LTU - at 10'29"
61. 102 VILA JOSANA ANDREU Marta ESP - s.t.
62. 46 POLIKEVICIUTE Jolanta LTU - s.t.
63. 139 SHARAKOVA Tatsiana BLR - s.t.
64. 78 KIRCH Rosane BRA - s.t.
65. 116 KASHCHYSHYNA Oxana UKR - at 12'04"
66. 54 KOZONCHUK Oxana RUS - at 12'08"
67. 136 DERVAN Siobhan IRL - at 12'38"
68. 96 VERBEKE Grace BEL - s.t.
69. 22 HOHL Jennifer SUI - at 12'40"
70. 23 SCHWAGER Patricia SUI - s.t.
71. 62 SCHACHL Monika AUT - s.t.
72. 98 ITURRIAGAECHEVARRIA M. ESP - s.t.
73. 86 JOSEPH Rosara NZL - at 14'24"
74. 61 PINTARELLI Daniela AUT - s.t.
75. 125 KAPUSTA Sylwia POL - at 16'56"
76. 134 GRASSI HERRERA G. MEX - s.t.
77. 85 HYLAND Michelle NZL - s.t.
78. 45 LELEIVYTE Rasa LTU - s.t.
79. 64 SPRÜGL Veronika AUT - s.t.
80. 89 DU TOIT Yolandi RSA - s.t.
81. 130 MADRINAN VILLEGAS A. COL - at 20'59"

DNF. 41 GOLLAN Olivia AUS
DNF. 43 RICKARDS Emma AUS
DNF. 12 LUTZ Eva GER
DNF. 18 GUDERZO Tatiana ITA
DNF. 14 BACCAILLE Monia ITA
DNF. 6 VAN DEN BROEK Irene NED
DNF. 10 KELLER Luise GER
DNF. 3 BRUINS Regina NED
DNF. 93 HENRION Ludivine BEL
DNF. 142 MAJERUS Christine LUX
DNF. 127 OKI Miho JPN
DNF. 126 WNUCZEK Aleksandra POL
DNF. 119 KONECNA Alena CZE
DNF. 117 KRASOVA Kateryna UKR
DNF. 124 JASINSKA Malgorzta POL
DNF. 63 SOEDER Christiane AUT
DNF. 28 CURI Katheryn USA
DNF. 29 FRANGES Lauren USA
DNF. 107 SAMPLONIUS Anne CAN
DNF. 20 BEUTLER Annette SUI
DNF. 88 WILKES Carissa NZL
DNF. 67 MOCQUERY Magali FRA
DNF. 72 LI Meifang CHN
DNF. 39 CARRIGAN Sara AUS
DNF. 52 BOYARSKAYA Natalia RUS
DNF. 59 MUSTONEN Sara SWE
DNF. 49 TUSLAITE Daiva LTU
DNF. 101 RODRIGUEZ Maria Rosario ESP
DNF. 100 MURILLO ELKANO Iosune ESP
DNF. 120 MACHACOVA Jarmila CZE
DNF. 73 LIU Yong Li CHN
DNF. 90 VAN DER MERWE Marissa RSA
DNF. 110 LEPASALU Laura EST
DNF. 128 HALBWACHS Aurelie MRI
DNF. 104 DOMBITSKAYA Lyubov KAZ
DNF. 103 ATRASHKEVICH Olessya KAZ
DNF. 132 MONRUDEE Chapookam THA
DNF. 131 CHANPENG Nontasin THA
DNF. 138 BALEN Viena CRO
DNF. 121 RUZICKOVA Martina CZE
DNF. 33 ARMITSTEAD Elizabeth GBR
DNF. 113 GARCIA Evelyn ESA
DNF. 56 NOVIKOVA Elena RUS
DNF. 115 BOCHKARYOVA Elizaveta UKR
DNF. 51 ANTOSHINA Tatiana RUS
DNF. 123 GRZEBINOGA Monika POL
DNF. 112 LEE Min Hye KOR
DNF. 83 SCHMIDT Trine DEN
DNF. 137 PASTOURMATZI Anastasia GRE
DNF. 133 WICHANA Thatsani THA
DNF. 38 WYMAN Helen GBR
DNF. 122 BRZEZNA Paulina POL
DNF. 140 KOVACEVIC Dragana SRB
DNF. 37 SLATER Tanja GBR
DNF. 58 LJUNGSKOG Susanne SWE
DNF. 97 AZPIROZ Arantzazu ESP
DNF. 30 MAYOLO PIC Tina USA
DNF. 80 SILVA Janildes Fernandes BRA
DNF. 77 FERNANDES DA SOUZA U. BRA
DNF. 141 LAMBORELLE Nathalie LUX
DNF. 84 BRADSHAW Toni NZL

 
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